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Travel to Amsterdam, belgium, Paris and Switzerland

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Hi, me and my wife are planning a trip to Europe and have short listed Amsterdam, Belgium, Paris and Switzerland as the countries to travel. I would seek help from the Fodors community to help me plan the route, cheapest places to stay and best things to do.

The route that I have finalized is reach Amsterdam on July 31, 2015 and spend three nights there, move to Belgium and spend three nights in Brussels and Bruges, move to Paris and spend three nights in Paris and finally move to Switzerland and spend 6 nights there.

We guys intend to roam around the cities, visit the must see places, understand the culture and have a relaxing holiday.

A Few questions:

1. Does this look like a very hectic trip, are any alterations required/

2. Does it make sense to buy a Euro rail pass, my train travel would be from Amsterdam to Belgium, Belgium to Paris and Paris to Switzerland. Or I should buy tickets individually?

3. Is the route planning ok?

3. In Switzerland, does it make sense to stay in different places or stay in one place and make day trips to other places. Which are the two ideal places to stay?

4. We don't want to spend much on accommodations, but everything I search for seems to be over priced, any help on that?

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